Repainting Kitchen Cabinets
Refinish old repainting kitchen cabinets can improve your home. This DIY project is not difficult, but it can be time consuming. Painted; painted cabinets can only be spotted if you remove completely all the old paint. The key refinishing kitchen cabinets are in preparation. Take the time to properly prepare the cabinets before refinishing them. Remove the doors, drawers and shelves of the upper and lower sections of the old kitchen cabinets, using a screwdriver. Remove the hardware cabinet doors and drawer fronts.
Arena cabinet frames and the interior of the cabinets with sandpaper middle grade, using a hand sander or orbital sanding pad. Sand the fronts and backs of the doors and shelves and drawer fronts with sandpaper middle grade. Medium grade sandpaper can remove paint chips and other debris from the old repainting kitchen cabinets.
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Fill any old dents, scratches and gouges with wood filler, using a spatula and following the Allow the wood filler to dry. Apply a thin layer of primer to the sanded surfaces of the kitchen cabinets, using a brush or roller. Apply a thin coat of paint to the primed surfaces using a brush or roller. Allow the paint to dry. Cover the cabinet surfaces repainting kitchen cabinets with a transparent polyurethane topcoat, using a brush or roller. Replace the shelf and hardware.